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Since I know that not all of my readers are Americans on holiday for the long Labor Day weekend, I thought I would post a little fall fashion inspiration from Vogue. The fashion world in New York is not on holiday this weekend either. They are putting the “labor” in Labor Day but toiling away in their ateliers and putting the final touches on their collections for fashion week. I want to thank everyone involved from the designers on down to the pattern makers and seamstresses, and even the interns for all their hard work. I also want to thank everyone who invited me to their upcoming shows. I can’t wait to see what magic you have dreamed up for Spring/Summer 2011. Until then, I will be drooling over the fall fashions and planning my wardrobe. Enjoy!
Photos by Raymond Meier for August 2010 Vogue
It’s always nice to hold on to those classic pieces in your closet.
Looks like the 60’s are here. What a great color palette.
I’m not sure how much of the fall fashion I like, but these are interesting images. Guess having thick hair is a plus now.
Heather, have a nice labor Day!
I love these classic 1970s looks…well maybe not the hair.
Mad for Mod! Post more!
love those heels really really amazing
Despite the fact that these designs are not necessarily my personal preference, the photos are like beautiful works of art! Thank you for sharing them. Happy Labor Day!
I love these clothes and bags–so classic. They never go out of style. Thanks for highlighting the colors and forms. I’m finally in style.
The images are stunning, thanks again for a lovely morning.
I guess it’s time for me to grow my hair out!